June 24, 2019

Full Moon Resort • Big Indian, NY


PACKAGE I • $2300

- 6 hours of wedding coverage
(Katherine as your photographer)
- At least 500 high-res photos
- Edited in a mix of color and b+w
- Private online gallery
- Print release rights

PACKAGE II • $3090

- 8 hours of wedding coverage
(Katherine as your photographer)
- At least 750 high-res photos
- Edited in a mix of color and b+w
- Private online gallery
- Print release rights


- 8 hours of wedding coverage
(Katherine as your photographer)
- Morning + day of coverage at Full Moon
- At least 850 high-res photos
- Edited in a mix of color and b+w
- Private online gallery
- Print release rights



6 hours of coverage covers the time leading up to the ceremony through when the dance party starts beginning at the reception. I recommend this if you're not about getting ready photos. We'd do all of your photos during cocktail hour, but you would have a limited time to spend mingling with guests on the lawn.

As I described in my email, 8 hours of coverage is the perfect amount of time to capture the full story of the day from start to finish -- the beginning of getting ready until when the dance floor starts to get lit. You won't have to worry about squeezing photos into your timeline and will have more flexibility, candids of your guests, and details.


Coverage of the day of and the activities isn't just about extra photos. Full Moon is such a special place because everyone hangs out on site together. Because these pre-wedding activities are usually your closest friends and family, it's often when we capture the best moments and candids because of the more intimate setting. We also recommend allotting 15-20 minutes during the celebrations for a mini photo shoot of the two of you. Not only is it a good warmup before the wedding, but capturing you two at all the different stages (and emotions!) of the weekend is extra special to have when it is all said and done.


In short, a second photographer allows us to be in two places at once. First Look not your thing? No problem. We'll be able to do your photos after the ceremony while the second photographer will be floating around cocktail hour grabbing all those good candids of your guests. Getting ready in separate locations and want both of your crews captured? We'll tag team so you have photos of both of you pre-ceremony. You can always add on at a later time once you have a better idea of logistics and timeline. A second photographer is a $600 add-on.


Print release rights are included in every package. All photos are delivered via digital download from an online proofing gallery where you can view the photos, download prints, and share with family + friends. The print release entitles you to the photos to print, share, and treasure forever. No watermarks on any of the images.

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Marcy and Chris invited 120 of their family and friends for a summer Sunday wedding. Bridesmaids and groomsmen got ready in neighboring cabins before a First Look and couples photos around the property. Their ceremony was under a tent because of heavy rains the day before and Marcy was disappointed to not have the outdoor ceremony they always envisioned. I thought of the idea to have their guests follow them after the ceremony into the field, where we gathered them in a circle before the couple popped champagne and everyone threw confetti on them. After doing family photos and signing the license, they joined their guests on the lawn for cocktail hour before dinner and dancing indoors all night long.

10 hours of coverage, 2 photographers.


Katie Jo and Kyle did not want to see one another before the ceremony, so Katie’s getting ready with her family was photographed while Kyle helped set up at Hayfield. It sleeted, snowed, and rained all day but the skies cleared just as guests began to arrive. When Katie came out to the ceremony, a rainbow appeared. “I knew she was a witch,” Kyle said. All of their photos were done during cocktail hour and they even had time to mingle while Kyle’s best friend performed the ukulele.

Not ones for being in front of the crowd, they did a short first dance before a family style dinner + toasts from close friends. When the DJ got on, guests danced, sat around the firepit, and partied away in the middle of the woods.

8 hours of coverage, 1 photographer.


Rachel and Jason’s ultimate goal for their wedding was to have everyone they love on-site for the weekend and keep it lowkey. It downpoured for most of the day which brought in our rain contingency plan — we did their first look and all photos inside Full Moon, getting the feel of the outdoors without having to go outside. We brought in lighting so their family photos would be naturally lit + flattering of everyone 😉

Their guests gathered under the tent for some of the most beautiful vows I’ve ever heard before heading into the barn for cocktail hour, and then Rachel and Jason threw down an epic dance party with some cool lighting and lots of yummy food.

9 hours of coverage, 1 photographer + assistant.

"You totally understood our loathing of being in front of the camera and anything posed and absolutely killed it in every way possible."

Looking through these last night, I was like, "I don't even remember her being there for that!" which is a total testament to your ability to capture the best moments of a wedding without intruding or making people feel like they're being watched. Our friends keep complimenting us on how "cool" our weddings photos are. Thank you for being awesome. It feels like we started with a photographer and ended with a friend.

- Allie + Teddy

"To say the two of you killed it was an understatement."

What an absolute joy it was to work with you guys. I am laughing and crying at the beautiful preview you sent. I will recommend you guys until my mouth is dry. What a team. What a night. You two rule so much.

- Alida + Max

"The portraits of ourselves and our loved ones are manifestations of who we are as people."

Don't get me wrong, everything they document is colorful, beautiful, magical, but it's also precise. It tells a story. Their photos are like living, breathing things. On top of that, the Wilde Scout team is a joy to be around. They're energetic, fun, highly professional, and calming. When hiring vendors you want to choose someone who is on your team, who feels like a super prepared BFF. They are this.

- Kirsty + Ben

"It's impossible to imagine having anyone else there to be with us through it all."

On our wedding day, Katherine has such a positive and calming energy. There isn't anyone else, well besides your future spouse, who you spend so much time with on your wedding day. Katherine was able to capture phenomenal moments of the day. She has this instinctive eye for capturing naturally occurring moments. Me being excited about food (!), us nailing our first dance, holding hands, and stealing small kisses here or there. They aren't your typical generic wedding photos. They capture the mood and feeling of the day.

- Saraleah + Danny

"We fired our photographer to hire Wilde Scout."

It was important that we hire multi cultural vendors, someone that photographed people of color, and importantly worked with same sex couples. If you’re looking for a photographer who’s cool, down to earth and more like your cousin, hire Katherine. You will NOT regret it. Not for nothing but we fired our photographer to hire Katherine. That is how much we wanted her on our team.

- Kaye + Josephine


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We're so excited about working with you for your wedding day. We know this is an investment. Take your time, look things through, and know we're here if you have any questions.

To officially book Wilde Scout as your wedding photographer, we require two things. Our signed standard contract, which can be done easily online, and a 50% deposit for your balance. Payment can be made by credit card, check, or direct deposit. The remaining balance is due 30 days before the wedding.

It's that simple.